GPS205
Operating Manual
&
Quick Start
Guide
GPS
Transceiver
with an
Integrated
UHF Radio
To bring outstanding wireless communication products
to people's lives throughout the world.
WARNINGS & NOTIFICATIONS
If using the GPS205 in a motor vehicle it is the user's
responsibility to ensure operating the GPS205 does not detract
from the safe operation of the vehicle.
GPS signal reception can be affected by the location of
satellites, tall buildings, tunnels, bridges, etc. If the GPS205 is
not receiving a signal, you will need to change your location
until a signal is received.
The latitude, longitude, and altitude indications on the
display are based on WGS-84 Datum, and the altitude
indication may not appear depending on the signal.
The compass heading (directional pointer) is referenced to
the GPS105's last forward movement.
When viewing the compass heading the GPS105 must be
facing in the direction of the last forward movement in
order to read the compass heading correctly.
For safety reasons it is not recommended that a driver change
any settings while in motion. Please come to a complete stop
or have a passenger make changes if necessary.
The Global Positioning System is operated and maintained by
the US Government. The US Government is completely
responsible for the accuracy of the Global Positioning System.
The US Government reserves the right to make changes to the
Global Positioning System in accordance with the Department
of Defence civil GPS user policy and the Federal Radio
navigation plan. These changes along with poor satellite
geometry could cause inaccurate readings.
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Quick Start
Guide
The Quick Start Guide pages are designed to allow you to install and operate your GPS
205 as quickly as possible, however it does not attempt to explain any of the advanced
features of the GPS205 unit.
INSTALLING BATTERIES
The GPS205unit can be powered with 4 AAA ALKALINE batteries
(NOT INCLUDED).
D
OL NEW
To avoid damage to the unit do not mix old and new
batteries.
To install the batteries:
i. Make sure your radio is off.
ii. Release the battery cover clip.
iii. Insert 4 AAA ALKALINE batteries
(not included) according to the
polarity symbols inside the battery
compartment.
Make sure the
ALKALINERECHARGEABLE switch
is in the ALKALINE
position.
iv. Align the battery cover tabs with the
GPS 205 tab holes then replace the
cover clip.
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BELT CLIP
To attach the belt clip:
Slide the belt clip until it snaps into
place.
To remove the belt clip:
To remove the belt clip, press and hold
belt clip locker, slide the belt clip at the
same time until released.
Belt Clip Locker
CONTROL & INDICATORS
The 6 buttons around the
scroll buttons are dual function
buttons. Throughout the
Quick Start Guide and Main
Manual only the name of the
function currently described will
be used. eg:
when describing Power function. VOL when
describing Volume function.
UHF-CB LCD Display
18 19 21
17
16
22
23
24
25
26
27
20
28
iii
16 GPS ON/Status icon
17 USERNAMEExample (Michael) shown
18 BUSY - Receive icon
19 Transmit HIGH/LOW icon
20 Channel indicator
21 Battery level icon
22 Keylock icon
23 DUPLEX icon
24 MEMORY icon
25 CTCSS/VOLUME icon
26 SCAN icon
27 VOX icon
28 CTCSS channel/VOLUME
indicator
GPS205
12
13
14
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
MENU
SCAN
DISP
Radio Antenna
Talk - Push To Talk (PTT) key
MONI/LIGHT - Monitor key
/Backlight key
HI/LO - Menu key/Transmit
Hi/Lo key
/MEM - Scan key/Memory key
/
/
- Display
key/Keylock key/Back to
previous display key
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8
9
10
11
12
13
Speaker
GPS Receiver Antenna location
External Mic Jack
Charge Jack
VOL
- Volume key/Power On/Off key
NAVI /GPS - Navigation key/GPS key
ENT /MRK/
- ENTER key/MARK key/Go
to next display key
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Microphone
15
SCROLL keys
iv
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POWER ON & SETTING USER NAME
You can personalise your GPS205 by setting a User name. To transmit your User name
& position to other radios on channels 22 and 23 turn SEND POSITION to ON(Quick
Start Guide (QSG) Step 5).
To set your User name:
i.
Turn the GPS205 ON by pressing & holding
.
ii. A tone will sound and the initial Welcome display will appear.
SEARCHING FO
iii. After 3 seconds the UHF-CB display and 'SEARCHING FOR SATELLITE' will
show.
GPS will only work with a clear view of the sky. When
powered up for the first time it may take a few minutes
to acquire satellites. See QSG Step 5 for GPS ON details.
iv. Press
v.
MENU
Press
vi. Press
.
and scroll down until USERNAME is highlighted.
ENT
.
vii. Enter Name:
Press
or
to select desired character.
Press
or
to move to next or previous character.
User name cannot have a space in between. The
username can be up to 12 characters long.
viii. Press
ENT
to confirm.
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GPS FUNCTION & SEND POSITION ON
The GPS Function enables the unit to search for & use GPS Satellite data which is
essential for the GPS features.
To turn GPS function ON or OFF:
i. Press & hold
NAVI
.
'GPS' will appear on the display once satellite information is retrieved when GPS is ON.
'GPS' and 'OFF' will alternate on the display when GPS is OFF.
The SENDPOSITION Function enables the GPS205 to transmit your User name and
position on channels 22 and 23.
The factory setting for this feature is OFF.
Current regulations permit enabling the SEND POSITION
function to operate on Channels 22 and 23 only.
To turn SEND POSITION ON:
i. Press
ii. Scroll
iii. Press
iv. Press
End of
MENU
ENT
to bring up the menu list.
to SENDPOSITION and press
to select ON.
to confirm setting.
Quick Start
Guide
vi
ENT
.
CONTENTS
Warnings & Notifications....................................................................................................i
Quick Start Guide..............................................................................................................ii
Installing Batteries...................................................................................................ii
Belt Clip...................................................................................................................iii
Controls & Indicators...............................................................................................iii
Power ON & Setting User Name..................................................................................v
GPS Function & Send Position ON.............................................................................vi
Contents...........................................................................................................................1
Features............................................................................................................................3
Box Contents.....................................................................................................................3
Optional Accessories.........................................................................................................3
Splash Proof Warning........................................................................................................4
Batteries...........................................................................................................................4
Charging Rechargeable Batteries.......................................................................................5
Battery Low Indicator........................................................................................................5
UHF-CB.............................................................................................................................6
Volume.....................................................................................................................6
Selecting a Channel..................................................................................................6
Transmit HIGH/LOW Power Select............................................................................6
To Transmit & Receive..............................................................................................7
Automatic Squelch Feature.......................................................................................8
Monitor....................................................................................................................8
Key Beeps ON/OFF....................................................................................................8
To Operate in Duplex Mode (Repeaters)....................................................................9
Scanning with Priority Channel...............................................................................10
Scanning - Scan Memory.........................................................................................10
Reply Delay.............................................................................................................10
CTCSS (Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System)...................................................11
BCLO (Busy Channel Lock Out) Feature..................................................................11
VOX.......................................................................................................................11
Keylock ON/OFF......................................................................................................12
Backlight...............................................................................................................12
Roger Beep.............................................................................................................12
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CONTENTS
GPS OPERATION..............................................................................................................13
Speed Warning.......................................................................................................13
Early Warning Safety Alerts......................................................................................14
Warning Volume.....................................................................................................14
Caller Display..........................................................................................................15
Mark Location........................................................................................................16
Quick Access Locations....................................................................................16
My POI Locations..............................................................................................17
Edit/delete My POI............................................................................................18
Add Or Delete Safety Alert..................................................................................19
Navigation..............................................................................................................20
Navigate To Quick Access ..................................................................................21
Navigate To Caller..........................................................................................21
Navigate To My POI...........................................................................................22
Navigate To State/City.....................................................................................23
Cancel Navigation........................................................................................23
Trip Computer....................................................................................................24
To Reset Trip Computer...........................................................................................24
My Position.............................................................................................................25
LCD Contrast..........................................................................................................25
UHF Channels & Frequencies..........................................................................................26
CTCSS Tone List...............................................................................................................26
Troubleshooting..............................................................................................................27
Warranty.........................................................................................................................28
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FEATURES
!
!
!
!
Backlit Display
Splashproof (Meets JIS2
Specification)
Keypad Lock
Keybeep ON/OFF
GPS FUNCTIONS
! Trip Computer
! Navigation to pre-programmed
Australian and New Zealand cities
and suburbs
! Mark and delete up to 500 of your
own locations
! Speed Camera Warning
! Red Light Camera Warning
! Black Spot Warning
! My Position Display
! Send, Receive and Navigate your
Position with GPS CALLER ID*
! 20 Caller ID Memories*
UHF - CB
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
40 UHF - CB Channels
1W TX Power
Transmit Output Power HIGH/LOW
Busy Channel Lock Out Function
8 Level Volume Adjust
8 Level VOX Function
38 built in CTCSS Codes
Duplex Mode
Roger Beep
* To benefit from these features,
transmission needs to be with another
compatible Uniden GPS product GPS205
or GPS105.
BOX CONTENTS
If any of the following items are missing from the box,
contact your dealer immediately.
GPS205
Unit
Belt Clip
Owner’s Guide
GPS205
Operating Manual
&
Quick Start
Guide
GPS
Transceiver
with an
Integrated
UHF Radio
To bring outstanding wireless communication products
to people's lives throughout the world.
!
!
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Cigarette Lead - AC/DC charge pack
VOX headset
! Speaker Mic
! Carry Case
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SPLASH PROOF WARNING
Uniden's GPS205 UHF-CB Radio with GPS is designed to meet the splash
proof standard of JIS2.
The GPS205 will only meet this standard if fully assembled and all rubber
seals and covers are fully maintained and correctly fitted.
This is NOT a rating that allows for the unit to be submersed.
The GPS205 does not meet this standard when charging or when using a
VOX headset or speaker mic.
BATTERIES
D
OL NEW
To avoid damage to the unit do not mix old and new
batteries.
Do not mix nonrechargeable and rechargeable batteries.
ALKALINE
For maximum operating time use high quality alkaline batteries such as 'Energiser'.
Rechargeable batteries may also be used.
Battery Life
For a Duty Cycle of 90% Standby, 5% Transmit, 5% Receive;
Alkaline Batteries
GPS Mode ON
7hrs Operating Time
GPS Mode OFF
9.5hrs Operating Time
(see QSG Step 5)
The optional Cig Lead-AC/DC charge pack may be used
to extend the operating time.
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CHARGING RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
You may charge rechargeable batteries using the optional CIG Lead - AC/DC charge
pack.
Make sure the ALKALINERECHARGEABLE Switch in the
Battery compartment is
switched to the RECHARGEABLE
position.
The battery life of most rechargeable batteries is
significantly less than that of Alkaline batteries.
Whenever the charge plug is inserted or the charger
power is turned ON/OFF while the charge plug is in, the
GPS205 will automatically switch OFF.
1. Turn the unit OFF before plugging (or unplugging) the charge adaptor.
2. Connect the DC plug into the charge socket on the GPS205 and connect the other
end to the cigarette lighter socket or AC power outlet.
3. Follow the battery manufacturers instruction for charging times. Charging times
will be extended if unit is turned ON.
Transmission is prohibited while charging.
BATTERY LOW INDICATOR
The BATTERY icon in the top right hand corner of the display screen indicates the
Battery level at all times.
The unit will remain at LEVEL 1 for 30 seconds and then automatically turn OFF.
Please replace batteries or recharge if using rechargeable batteries when LEVEL 1 is
indicated.
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UHF-CB
All UHF-CB functions are only available when in UHF-CB mode.
VOLUME
There are 8 volume levels. Level 0 (No Audio) to Level 7 (Maximum Volume).
To adjust the speaker volume:
1. Press VOL momentarily. The volume level will flash.
2. Press
or
to adjust to desired level.
3. Press ENT to confirm level.
SELECTING A CHANNEL
The GPS 205 uses the 40 UHF-CB Channels. For your reference a list of the available
channels and corresponding frequencies is printed on page 26.
To select the desired channel in UHF-CB Mode:
1. Press
or
momentarily to step up or down a channel.
2. Press and hold
or
to rapidly step up or down channels.
TRANSMIT HIGH/LOW POWER SELECT
The Low power selection is recommended to extend battery life.
1. Press & hold HI/LO to switch between high (1W) & low (300mW) Transmit
Power Levels.
HIGH or LOW is displayed.
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UHF-CB
TO TRANSMIT & RECEIVE
1. Before you transmit, listen for activity on the selected channel.
2. When the channel is clear, press and hold the PTT to transmit.
‘TX’ will flash on the LCD.
3. Hold the radio with microphone approximately 5 cm in front of your mouth
with the antenna at approximately 45° angle away from your head. Speak in a
clear, normal conversational voice.
4. When you have finished speaking, release the PTT and listen for a response.
‘TX’ then disappears on the LCD.
While receiving, the 'BUSY' icon will flash on the display.
Transmit will not occur if:
The unit detects that the channel is busy when using the
CTCSS function with BCLO (page 11).
When charging batteries or using the charge adaptor to
extend battery operating time (page 4).
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UHF-CB
AUTOMATIC SQUELCH FEATURE
The GPS205 is equipped with an Automatic Squelch System which shuts off weak
transmissions and unwanted noise.
MONITOR
This feature enables users to listen for weak signals on the current channel at the press
of a button.
To turn Monitor Mode ON or OFF.
1. Press MONI momentarily.
'BUSY' will flash on the display when MONITOR Mode is ON.
KEY BEEPS ON/OFF
Your radio emits a beep each time one of the keys (except for
the PTT button) is pressed.
To turn ON or OFF:
1. Press
MENU
.
2. Scroll
to KEYBEEP and press
3. Press
or
4. Press
ENT
ENT
to select ON or OFF.
to confirm.
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.
UHF-CB
TO OPERATE IN DUPLEX MODE (REPEATERS)
The Duplex function enables you to access local repeater stations. You can only activate
Duplex from CH01-CH08. UHF CB Repeaters are used to retransmit or relay your
signal.
Repeaters will extend the range of your radio and overcome the shielding effect caused
by solid objects.
Contact a retailer for a list of repeaters
available in your area.
Operation with the aid of a Repeater
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press MENU .
Scroll
to DUPLEX and press ENT .
Press
or
to select ON or OFF as desired.
Press ENT to confirm selection.
'DUPLEX' will appear on the channel selected when DUPLEX is ON.
If DUPLEX is selected from the MENU options when
the channel is not from CH01 - CH08, an error
tone sounds.
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UHF-CB
SCANNING with PRIORITY CHANNEL
The scan function scans channels that are in the scan memory and stops at an active
channel. Whichever channel you have selected when SCAN begins becomes the priority
channel. SCAN will check the priority channel every 1.5 seconds.
To initiate scanning:
1. Press SCAN momentarily to begin scanning. The Scan icon flashes on the
display.
2. Press PTT or any function key to cancel SCAN Mode.
If SCAN is cancelled while stopped on a busy channel that channel will be the exit
channel.
If SCAN is cancelled while scanning then the unit will exit to the priority channel.
SCANNING - SCAN MEMORY
You can only scan channels which are currently in the scan memory. By default all
channels are active in the scan memory.
To add or remove channels from the scan memory:
1. Select a channel using scroll
or
.
2. Press and hold SCAN .
'MEMORY' is displayed to indicate the channel is in the scan memory.
REPLY DELAY
While scanning, the GPS 205 stops at a busy channel and receives a transmission.
When the received signal is over, the unit will wait for 3 seconds for the return of the
signal, otherwise, the radio resumes scanning.
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UHF-CB
CTCSS (Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System)
CTCSS is a feature that allows a group to talk to each other without hearing other users
on the same channel.
To activate CTCSS on a current channel:
1. Press MENU .
2. Scroll
to CTCSS and press ENT .
The CTCSS Tone will appear for the current channel.
3. Use
or
to select desired CTCSS tone.
4. Press ENT to confirm.
Channels 5 and 35 are used for emergency channels.
CTCSS will not operate on these channels.
BCLO (Busy Channel Lock Out) Feature
The BCLO feature functions automatically when using a channel with CTCSS ON. If
attempting to transmit on a channel with CTCSS ON and that channel is busy the BCLO
feature will prevent transmission until the channel becomes clear.
VOX
VOX is the automatic transmitting function by inputting voice into the optional VOX
headset mic without pressing the PTT button.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press
Scroll
Press
Press
.
to VOX and press ENT .
or
to adjust the VOX sensitivity.
ENT to confirm setting.
MENU
There are 8 sensitivity levels (0 to 7). If level 1 to 7 is selected then VOX will be ON and
'VOX' displays on the UHF-CB display. If level 0 is selected then VOX will be OFF.
For VOX to function, VOX must be ON and the optional
headset mic must be plugged into the unit.
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UHF-CB
KEYLOCK ON/OFF
1. Press and hold
KEYLOCK ON.
2. Press and hold
until Keylock icon appears on the display to turn
until Keylock icon disappears to turn KEYLOCK OFF.
While in Keylock ON mode, the GPS205 can still
receive and transmit.
BACKLIGHT
THE GPS205 has an LCD backlight which activates whenever a button (other
than PTT) is pressed.
The backlight turns off after 5 seconds unless another button is pressed.
To activate the backlight for a 2 minute period:
1. Press and hold LIGHT for 1 second.
2. To cancel, press and hold LIGHT again for 1 second.
ROGER BEEP
Roger Beep is a BEEP that is sent to notify the end of
transmission (both PTT and VOX transmissions).
If KEY BEEP is ON, then ROGER BEEP can be heard through
the speaker.
IF KEY BEEP is OFF, then ROGER BEEP will still transmit but is
not heard throught the speaker.
To turn ROGER BEEP ON or OFF:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press MENU .
Scroll
to ROGER BEEP and press
Press
or
to select ON or OFF.
Press ENT to confirm.
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ENT
.
GPS OPERATION
For the correct operation of the GPS features described on pages 13 to 25, GPS must be
ON (see QSG Step 5). The GPS receiver part of the GPS205 must have an unobstructed
view of the sky.
Current regulations permit the SEND POSITION to operate on
Channels 22 and 23 only.
To comply with current regulations, Uniden recommends not
to transmit data more than 10 times within an hour on
channels 22 and 23.
SPEED WARNING
OPERATION FLOW
PRESS
MENU
SPEEDWARNING
ENT
ENT
If the current speed that the GPS205 is moving at exceeds
the SPEEDWARNING alert setting then a warning tone will
sound and this POP UP Speed Alert will show. The current
speed will be indicated. The display remains until the
moving speed falls below the Alert Setting.
Press DISP to cancel the alert.
You may set a moving speed warning limit with this function.
1. Press
MENU
to bring up the menu list.
2. Scroll
to SPEEDWARNING and press
3. Press
to adjust speed warning to desired level.
4. Press
ENT
to confirm.
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ENT
.
EARLY WARNING SAFETY ALERTS
The GPS205 has a preprogrammed memory that will alert you of any Fixed Speed
Camera, Red Light Camera or Black Spot. These displays pop up and an alert tone
sounds when approaching within 400m and 160m of the alert location.
Press DISP to cancel the alert.
FIXED SPEED CAMERA
RED LIGHT CAMERA
BLACK SPOT
160m
400m
Camera
WARNING VOLUME
OPERATION FLOW
PRESS
WARNING VOL
MENU
ENT
ENT
You may set the volume for the safety alerts (FIXED CAMERA, RED CAMERA, BLACK
SPOT & SPEED WARNING) with this function.
1. Press
MENU
2. Scroll
to WARNING VOL and press
3. Press
4. Press
to bring up menu list.
ENT
.
to adjust volume setting (8 levels:0-7, 0 is OFF).
ENT
to confirm.
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CALLER DISPLAY
The caller display information received from another radio
using similar technology on channels 22 and 23 will POP UP
at the end of a received transmission.
GPS
The information includes :
! Callers USER NAME
! Distance to where call was transmitted from
! Estimated time of arrival from your location to position of
caller calculated at your average moving speed.
For compass heading & distances to appear the GPS205
requires a moving direction. If '?' appears on the display
please move forward to obtain direction.
The GPS205 automatically stores CALLER ID data. It will store up to 20 sets of the user
name, last received GPS position and the day / month are stored.
Once 20 Callers are stored the oldest data is dropped from the list when new callers are
added.
A caller's username is stored in the caller list only once.
If the caller calls again their information is updated, not
repeated.
The POP UP CALLER will remain for 10 seconds and then return to the previous display.
If you wish to keep the POP UP CALLER DISPLAY on the screen for longer than 10 seconds
then within the 10 second period press ENT .
To navigate to CALLER see page 21.
If you wish to store the caller's information as a MY POI (my point of interest to navigate
back to in future) then:
While the POP UP CALLER DISPLAY appears:
1. Press ENT two times within 1 second.
2. Press
to select YES.
3. Press ENT to confirm.
To navigate to MY POI see page 22.
If you save the information from a caller already stored in MY
POI then the information is updated and not repeated.
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MARK LOCATION
Mark Location is used to store in memory a location, which may be used in future as a
point to navigate back to, or safety alert location.
QUICK ACCESS LOCATIONS
The quick access locations are to mark your HOME, OFFICE, HOTEL, AIRPORT or
BOATRAMP locations. You may mark the location with the current GPS coordinates or
adjust the coordinates to suit.
OPERATION FLOW
Example
PRESS & HOLD
Example
HOME
MRK
ENT
°
°
ENT
1. Move the GPS205 to the location you wish to mark, or have the desired
coordinates at hand.
2. Press and hold MRK .
3. Scroll
to desired quick access location and press ENT .
4. The quick access display appears with the quick access name and the current
GPS coordinates. If no GPS is available the last GPS position appears.
5. You may change the longitude & latitude values by pressing
to move
the cursor and pressing
to change the value.
The longitude and latitude coordinates must be valid
coordinates in the SouthPacific Area.
6. Press
ENT
to confirm.
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MY POI LOCATIONS
You may mark up to 500 locations into MY POI (My Point Of Interest). Each location
can be personalised with a name.
OPERATION FLOW
PRESSPRESS
& HOLD
MRK&
HOLD
MY POI
Example
ENT
ADD
ENT
Choose
name/
Coordinates
0001_____
ENT
1. Move the GPS205 to the location you wish to mark as MY POI, or have the
desired coordinates at hand.
2. Press and hold
MRK
to bring up the mark location list.
3. Scroll
to MY POI and press
ENT
4. Scroll
to ADD and press
.
ENT
.
5. MY POI display appears with the next available memory number and the
current coordinates, You can move the cursor by pressing
or
and
can adjust the name and coordinate readings by pressing
or
.
CAMP
6. When satisfied with the name and coordinates press
ENT
to confirm.
! If the name already exists or the coordinates are
invalid an error message will appear.
! Coordinates are displayed in WGS84 data format.
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EDIT/DELETE
EDIT/DELETE MY POI
OPERATION FLOW
PRESS & HOLD
PRESS
MRK &
HOLD
MY POI
Example
ENT
Example
AAAAAAAAAAAAAA
1.
2.
3.
4.
EDIT
ENT
BOB_______
ENT
ENT
Press and hold MRK to bring up Mark Location List.
Scroll
to MY POI and Press ENT .
Scroll
to EDIT or DELETE and press ENT .
The EDIT or DELETE MY POI name list appears in Alpha-numeric order.
To find a name you may scroll
. To shortcut to the capital letter of the
name press
to highlight the capital letter on the right of the display. Then
scroll
to the desired letter. Press
to move back to the name list.
5. Press ENT to confirm name selection.
6. If you have chosen EDIT you may use the scroll buttons to edit the name and
the coordinates.
If you have chosen DELETE the delete confirmation display appears.
Press
to select delete YES or NO.
7. When satisfied with the edit or ready to delete, press ENT to confirm.
If you don't press a key within 60 seconds Edit/Delete MY POI
is cancelled.
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ADD or DELETE SAFETY ALERT
You can store into memory new Fixed Speed Camera, Red Light Camera or Black Spot
locations.
If the GPS205 is within 160m of a stored Safety Alert or OPTION location then you can
delete this from memory.
The OPTION feature is unavailable but may in future be preprogrammed with points of interest.
OPERATION FLOW
PRESSPRESS
& HOLD
MRK&
HOLD
Example
Example
RED CAMERA
ADD
ENT
Example
°
ENT
ENT
°
1. Move the GPS205 to an alert location you wish to add or delete.
2. Press and hold
3. Scroll
and press
4. Scroll
MRK
to bring up Mark Location List.
to SPEED CAMERA or RED CAMERA or BLACK SPOT or OPTION
ENT .
to ADD or DELETE and press
ENT
.
5. When ADD is selected your current GPS location is displayed. You may edit the
coordinates using the scroll buttons.
When DELETE is selected press
6. When ready, press
ENT
or
to confirm.
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to select delete YES or NO.
NAVIGATION
The navigation feature allows you to select a desired stored location point to navigate to.
The location point can be a pre-installed state, city or suburb, quick access location, MY
POI or CALLER from the caller list.
When navigating to a location point the navigation or NAVI Display alternates as follows:
5 Seconds Later
SUZAN
GPS
N
E
W
S
5 Seconds Later
DISTANCE
SUZAN
GPS
N
E
W
S
TIME TO GO
14.7km
16hr22min
If PTT is pressed the UHF-CB Display will appear. When transmission is complete the
display will return to NAVI Display after 5 secs.
When approaching within 20m of the set destination the NAVI ARRIVE Tone will sound.
The compass heading (directional pointer) is referenced to
the GPS105's last forward movement.
When viewing the compass heading the GPS105 must be
facing in the direction of the last forward movement in
order to read the compass heading correctly.
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Navigate to Quick Access
OPERATION FLOW
Example
PRESS
OFFICE
NAVI
1. Press
NAVI
.
2. Scroll
3. Press
ENT
to desired Quick Access location.
ENT
. NAVI display appears.
Navigate to CALLER
OPERATION FLOW
Example
PRESS
CALLER
NAVI
1. Press
NAVI
2. Scroll
4. Press
.
to CALLER and press
3. Scroll
ENT
ENT
to desired caller.
ENT
. NAVI display appears.
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.
SUZAN
ENT
Navigate to MY POI
OPERATION FLOW
PRESS
Example
MY POI
NAVI
1. Press
NAVI
2. Scroll
PARK
.
to MY POI and press
3. Scroll
ENT
ENT
.
to find a desired name.
To shortcut to the capital letter of the name:
Press
to highlight the capital letter on the right of the display.
Scroll
to the desired letter.
Press
4. Press
to move back to the name list.
ENT
. NAVI display appears.
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ENT
Navigate to STATE/CITY
OPERATION FLOW
PRESS
Example
STATE/CITY
NAVI
NSW
ENT
Example
ACACIA PK
ENT
ENT
1. Press NAVI .
2. Scroll
to STATE/CITY and press ENT .
The list of Australian States and NZ
appears.
3. Scroll
to desired state.
4. Press ENT . The City/Suburb list
appears.
5. Scroll
to desired City or
suburb.
To shortcut to the capital letter of the
name:
Press
to highlight the capital
letter on the right of the display.
Scroll
to the desired letter.
Press
to move back to the name
list.
6. Press ENT . NAVI display appears.
CANCEL NAVIGATION
You may cancel navigation as follows.
OPERATION FLOW
PRESS
NAVI
OFF
ENT
1. Press NAVI to bring up NAVI destination list.
The first highlighted selection will always be the OFF selection.
2. Press
ENT
to confirm this selection and current navigation will be cancelled.
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TRIP COMPUTER
The GPS205 can indicate COMPASS heading and the present speed, average speed,
maximum speed and the distance travelled through the TRIP COMPUTER.
Press DISP to switch between UHF-CB, NAVI (if navigating) & TRIP COMPUTER.
The TRIP displays alternate automatically as follows:
After 5 sec
TRIP
GPS
SPEED
N
E
W
S
TRIP
GPS
k
SPEED
h
N
E
72kh
W
S
AVG SPD
SPEED, AVG SPD DISPLAY
DIRECTION
TRIP
GPS
k
SPEED
h
N
E
k
W
S
MAX SPD
h
SPEED, MAX SPD DISPLAY
DIRECTION
After 5 sec
TO RESET TRIP COMPUTER
TRIP RESET
MENU
1. Press
MENU
to TRIP RESET and press
3. Press
4. Press
ENT
or
ENT
ENT
to bring up menu list.
2. Scroll
to select YES.
to confirm.
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ENT
k
h
99999km
SPEED, DIST DISPLAY
DIRECTION
After 5 sec
PRESS
DIST
.
MY POSITION
OPERATION FLOW
PRESS
MENU
MY POSITION
ENT
Your current GPS coordinates can be viewed with this
selection.
1. Press MENU to bring up the menu list.
MY POSITION appears as the first
highlighted selection.
2. Press ENT to confirm selection.
My Position display appears with your
current GPS coordinates.
3. Press
ENT
or
DISP
to exit.
Coordinates are displayed in WGS84 format.
LCD CONTRAST
OPERATION FLOW
PRESS
LCD CONTRAST
MENU
1. Press
MENU
ENT
ENT
to bring up the menu list.
2. Scroll
to LCD CONTRAST and press
3. Press
to adjust contrast level (8 levels 0-7)
4. Press
ENT
to confirm.
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ENT
.
UHF
UHFCHANNELS
CHANNELS&&FREQUENCIES
FREQUENCIES
Simplex Mode
Duplex Mode
CH
Transmit / Receive
Transmit
No. Frequency (MHz) Frequency (MHz)
476.425
477.175 CH31
1
477.200 CH32
476.450
2
477.225 CH33
476.475
3
477.250 CH34
476.500
4
477.275 CH35
476.525
5
477.300 CH36
476.550
6
477.325 CH37
476.575
7
477.350 CH38
476.600
8
476.625
9
476.650
10
476.675
11
476.700
12
476.725
13
476.750
14
476.775
15
476.800
16
476.825
17
476.850
18
476.875
19
476.900
20
CH
No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Simplex Mode
Transmit / Receive
Frequency (MHz)
476.925
476.950
476.975
477.000
477.025
477.050
477.075
477.100
477.125
477.150
477.175
477.200
477.225
477.250
477.275
477.300
477.325
477.350
477.375
477.400
Channels 05 and 35 are Emergency Channels and Channel 11 is a Calling
Channel. Channels 22 and 23 are used for telemetry and telecommand
applications, voice communications are not permitted on these channels.
CTCSS TONE LIST
Code No.
Freq. (Hz)
00("oF")
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
OFF
67.0
71.9
74.4
77.0
79.7
82.5
85.4
88.5
91.5
94.8
97.4
100.0
Code No.
Freq. (Hz)
Code No.
Freq. (Hz)
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
103.5
107.2
110.9
114.8
118.8
123.0
127.3
131.8
136.5
141.3
146.2
151.4
156.7
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27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
162.2
167.9
173.8
179.9
186.2
192.8
203.5
210.7
218.1
225.7
233.6
241.8
250.3
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If your GPS205 does not perform to your expectations, try the suggestions listed
below.
Unit does not operate.
! Check that batteries are inserted correctly.
! Replace batteries if flat or recharge if
using rechargeable batteries.
No GPS Detection.
! Make sure handset is facing upright & GPS
Receiver location is not obstructed.
! Relocate the unit clear of any obstruction
from the sky view.
Cannot send or
receive Caller ID
! Make sure your are communicating with a
!
Does not operate in
Duplex mode
compatible unit (GPS205 or GPS105) on
channel 22 or 23.
Check that the GPS and SEND POSITION is
set to ON (Quick Start Guide step 5).
! Make sure you select channels 1-8 for
Duplex operation.
! Check that you are within range of a local
repeater station.
Will not charge.
! Make sure you are using rechargeable
Batteries not lasting.
! Use high quality alkaline batteries.
! Extend the battery life by using an
batteries and the ALKALINERECHARGEABLE switch is in the
RECHARGEABLE position.
optional cig lead-AC/DC charge pack.
! Reduce to LOW transmit power.
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WARRANTY
UNIDEN GPS205 UHF CB RADIO WITH GPS
Limited One Year Warranty
Please keep your sales docket as it provides evidence of warranty.
Warrantor:
Uniden Australia Pty Limited ABN 58 001 865 498
Uniden New Zealand Limited
Warranty only available in original country of purchase
Elements of Warranty: Uniden warrants to the original retail owner for the duration of this warranty, its GPS205
UHF CB Transceiver Radio with GPS (hereinafter referred to as the Product) to be free from defects in materials
and craftsmanship with only the limitations or exclusions set out below.
Warranty Duration: This warranty to the original retail owner only, shall terminate and be of no further effect
ONE (1) Year after the date of original retail sale. This warranty will be deemed invalid if the Product is; (A)
Damaged or not maintained as reasonable and necessary, (B) Modified, altered or used as part of any conversion
kits, subassemblies, or any configurations not sold by Uniden, (C) Improperly installed, (D) Repaired by
someone other than an authorised Uniden Repair Agent for a defect or malfunction covered by this warranty, (E)
Used in conjunction with any equipment or parts or as part of a system not manufactured by Uniden, (F)
Installed, programmed or serviced by anyone other than an authorised Uniden Repair Agent, or (G) Where the
Serial Number label of the product has been removed or damaged beyond recognition.
Parts Covered: This warranty covers for 1 year, the UHF CB Transceiver and GPS unit only. Accessories: Belt Clip
and Batteries are covered for 90 days.
Statement of Remedy: In the event that the product does not conform to this warranty at any time while this
warranty is in effect, the warrantor at its discretion, will repair the defect or replace the product and return it to
you without charge for parts and service. This warranty does not cover provide for the reimbursement or
payment of incidental or consequential damages.
THIS GUARANTEE IS IN ADDITION TO AND DOES NOT IN ANY WAY AFFECT YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THE
CONSUMER GUARANTEE ACT.
Procedure for Obtaining Performance or Warranty: In the event that the Product does not conform to this
warranty, the Product should be shipped or delivered, freight prepaid, with evidence of original purchase, (eg. a
copy of the sales docket), to the warrantor at:
UNIDEN AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
Service Division
345 Princes Highway,
Rockdale, NSW 2216
Fax (02) 9599 3278
www.uniden.com.au
UNIDEN NEW ZEALAND LIMITED
Service Division
150 Harris Road,
East Tamaki, Auckland
Fax (09) 274 4253
www.uniden.co.nz
Customers in other states should ship or deliver the Product freight pre-paid to the nearest Uniden Authorised
Repair Centre. (Contact Uniden for the Warranty Agent nearest you.)
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THANK YOU
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Uniden Australia Pty Limited
Uniden New Zealand Limited
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